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Minutes - 2017


Executive Committee, November 14, 2017

attendees: Michael Humphrey, Monika Hahues, Jim Buyens, Ted Tenny, Tamar Gottfried, Andy Zaharchuk, Chuck Parsons
  1. Election, November 21
    We have candidates for all offices.
    AI [Monika] → Send Ted a list of paid members.
    AI [Ted] → Print ballots for the November club meeting.
  2. Guest Speakers for 2018
    Either Michael or Ted can fill in for one meeting. We need to coordinate calling prospective speakers so that we know which meetings are open in 2018:
    January 16, March 20, May 15, July 17, September 18, November 20
    AI [Chuck] → Contact Karen White at the VA Hospital.
    AI [Tamar] → Contact Superstition Search & Rescue.
    AI [Tamar] → Contact the Land Trust.
  3. Managing growth. The character of an organization changes when it grows beyond a certain size. The Arizona Trailblazers Hiking Club is at that point.
    Bigger isn’t necessarily better. There seems to be no easy solution.
  4. Should we give paid members priority on camping trips?
    It’s already in the Constitution and By-Laws, Article I Section II. Two practical concerns:
    (1) Only the Treasurer has an up-to-date list of paid members.
    (2) We want to encourage new people to hike with the club.
    A hike leader can send the list of participants to the Treasurer to find out which of them are paid members. But the membership list changes all the time, because new people join and others don’t renew their membership.
  5. Hike Leader Training and Recruitment
    Individual appeal is best. Invite a potential leader to be a co-leader, especially when you need one on a key-exchange hike. Offer to mentor that person. Go along with them on the first hike they lead.
    Ted had an experienced leader go along the first time, and it helped.
    AI [all hike leaders] → Talk to hikers who have leadership potential.
  6. Should we expand the awards potluck to include hike leader training?
    The club will be handing out REI gift cards and award certificates at an ethnic potluck on January 20. Officers can receive awards, but we should exclude ourselves from receiving gift cards.
    AI [Michael] → The potluck announcement needs to be modified for bringing food.
    AI [Michael] → Announce hike leader recruitment at the awards ceremony.
  7. Whistles, key rings, business cards, bookmarks, etc. Do we have enough?
    We have 200 whistles left. Andy suggested luggage tags.
  8. Someone else to represent the club at the VA Hospital Thursday, November 16
    AI [Ted] → Send out an announcement of this volunteer opportunity.


September 2017

Arizona Trailblazers Hiking Club
Meeting Minutes
September 19, 2017, 7:00 PM
Old Chicago, 1656 S. Alma School, Mesa
  1. Welcome, Introductions
  2. Reports
    President [Michael Humphrey]
    We have had 68 hikes so far this year, with 19 leaders. New hike leaders are always welcome.
    Treasurer [Michael Humphrey, for Monika Hahues]
    As of September 19, the club has 157 paid members and a bank balance of $5327.37.
    Webmaster [Ted Tenny]
    Someone sent me a threatening ransomware email: pay up now with Bitcoin or you’ll never get your encrypted files back. But none of the files on my Apple Macintosh computer had been encrypted, as far as I could tell. Anyway I copied all the files to an external hard disk and then made a SuperDuper! bootable backup of my startup disk. Both external disks are now disconnected from my computer. The English in the email was awful. Evidently it came from a foreign country.

    To protect yourself from ransomware:
    • Make a backup copy of all your files on an external disk. Do it now. Then disconnect the external disk from your computer. An external backup disk is a good idea anyway, cheap insurance.
    • Never click on a link or open an email attachment from someone you don’t know. I do send links, but I never forward email attachments.
    • I’ve gotten emails having the name of a club member, but with a different email address. If the message doesn’t look right, forward it to the person whose name is on it, at their email address you know, with an explanation. Their email account may have been hacked.
    • Report the ransomware incident.
    Statistician [Jim Buyens]
    [Jim is away on the Zion camping trip].
  3. Previous Hikes
    July 22 Woodchute Mountain JeromeJim Buyens
    July 29Johnson Canyon RR WilliamsJim Buyens
    Aug. 5Rim Vista Loop Mogollon RimTed Tenny
    Aug. 5Fat Man’s Loop FlagstaffJim Buyens
    Aug. 11AZT passage 33 FlagstaffMichael Humphrey
    Aug. 12Mt. Humphreys FlagstaffMichael Humphrey
    Aug. 12Butterfly Trail TucsonLance Ware
    Aug. 19Sycamore Rim WilliamsMonika Hahues
    Aug. 19-26Eclipse 2017 WyomingMichael Humphrey
    Aug. 26AZT passage 34 FlagstaffDave French
    Sept. 2Slate Mountain FlagstaffJim Buyens
    Sept. 2Horton Creek Loop Mogollon RimTamar Gottfried
    Sept. 4Peak 3004 Loop GoldfieldsTamar Gottfried
    Sept. 9Hackberry Loop SuperstitionsTamar Gottfried
    Sept. 14-20Zion National Park UtahChuck Parsons
    Sept. 15-17White Mountain weekend GreerTamar Gottfried
    Sept. 16Pine Canyon Mogollon RimMichael Humphrey
    Sept. 16Dry Lake Hills Overlook FlagstaffTed Tenny
  4. Upcoming Hikes
    Sept. 23 Little Elden Loop FlagstaffDave French
    Oct. 1Rogers Canyon SuperstitionsTamar Gottfried
    Oct. 7Peak 5026 SuperiorBill Zimmermann
    Oct. 14Girdner Trail SedonaChuck Parsons
    Oct. 21Zimmerman Point Sierra AnchaBill Zimmermann
    Oct. 28Hangover Trail SedonaDave French
    Nov. 4Sunset Day Hike SedonaMark Purcell
    Nov. 11Wishbone Junction Loop GoldfieldsTed Tenny
    Nov. 11Fish Creek Canyon SuperstitionsMichael Humphrey
    Nov. 18David Miller Loop SedonaChuck Parsons
  5. Announcement: Michael Humphrey
        You can buy clothing with the club logo, from Big Stitch Embroidery in Tempe. Details are on the about page.
  6. Guest Speaker: Darrell Evans
    Subject: A beginner Backpacker’s View of Aravaipa
        Darrell presented a series of pictures from his trip to Aravaipa Canyon, covering such diverse topics as our intrepid crew, campgrounds, walking in the creek, Indian ruins, and the best time of year to go there. His style was entertaining and informative. Readers can learn more from Michael’s trip report.
  7. Next Meeting
    Tuesday, November 21, 2017, 7:00 PM.  Elections.


Executive Committee, September 12, 2017

attendees: Michael Humphrey, Bill Zimmermann, Monika Hahues, Jim Buyens, Ted Tenny
  1. Officer Candidates for 2018
    Monika and Ted are each eligible to run again, but we need candidates for President and Vice President. Our candidates for President and Vice President have agreed to run.
  2. Meeting Place
    Starbucks where we used to meet in Fountain Hills is closed. They have relocated inside Target but don’t open until 8:00 AM. We’ll meet at the same place.
    AI [Ted] → update the hike descriptions.
  3. Wearing the Club Logo
    Anyone can order clothing with the club logo.
    AI [all] → Wear your clothing with the club logo to the meeting on September 19.
    AI [Michael] → Make the announcement at that meeting.
  4. Awards hike and potluck
    Should have ramadas amd electricity.
    AI [Bill] → Find a suitable location, and a Saturday after January 16.
  5. Guest speaker for January 16
    Two possibilities were mentioned.
    AI [Bill, then Ted] → Contact potential speakers.
  6. Hike Leaders
    We’ve had three new leaders in 2017, and should encourage and train new hike leaders, including how to handle emergency situations. Several names were mentioned.
  7. Statistics & Awards
    Jim’s page is on the web, linked from the Membership page. Deputy leaders will not be included in the statistics.
  8. az-hikers.org
    Ted isn’t using this domain. Anything different is tried first on his own web site, so if something goes wrong it won’t affect the club. But his successor might want to use it.
    AI [Ted] → keep the az-hikers.org domain name.


July 2017

Arizona Trailblazers Hiking Club
Meeting Minutes
July 18, 2017, 7:00 PM
Old Chicago, 1656 S. Alma School, Mesa
  1. Welcome, Introductions
  2. Reports
    President [Michael Humphrey]
    We have elections coming up at the November meeting. If you are thinking of running for office or know someone who would make a good officer, tell me.
    Treasurer [Michael Humphrey for Monika Hahues]
    As of July 18, the club has 150 paid members and a bank balance of about $4000.
    Webmaster [Ted Tenny]
    All trip reports are welcome! Special thanks to those who have reported on outings the club did for the first time, in the first half of 2017:
    Eileen Root Holbert-Lomitas Loop January 7
    Debbie Rowray Thompson Peak January 22
    Eileen Root Picketpost Perimeter January 28
    Gabe McConnell Brown’s Ranch Loop February 4
    Quy Nguyen Sunrise-Western Loop February 4
    Chip Wells Dome Mountain February 11
    Chuck Parsons GMHSM State Park February 25
    Michelle Jelsma Big Jim February 26
    Mark Purcell Hog Wild! March 11
    Michael Humphrey Superstition Ridgeline March 25
    Chuck Parsons Dogie Trail April 1
    Dave French Buenos Aires NWR April 1-2
    Dave French Wolf Creek Waterfalls April 8
    Mark Jelsma Walkin’ Jim Trail April 22
    Tamar Gottfried Salt River Rafting April 23
    Dave French Prescott Circle Trail May 20
    Bill Zimmermann Timber Camp Mountain May 20
    Bill Zimmermann Beaver Canyon Loop June 10
    Statistician [Jim Buyens]
    Michael, Debbie, Tom, and Darrell are the top hikers in terms of miles hiked with the club. The top hike leaders are Michael Humphrey, Dave French, and Jim Buyens. The club has hiked 6,846 miles so far in 2017.
  3. Previous Hikes
    May 20 Circle Trail PrescottDave French
    May 20Timber Camp Mountain GlobeBill Zimmermann
    May 26-29Oak Creek Camping SedonaLin Chao Yen
    May 27Walnut Meadows FlagstaffTed Tenny
    June 3-6Backpacking Aravaipa CanyonMichael Humphrey
    June 4Kachina Trail FlagstaffJim Buyens
    June 10Beaver Canyon Loop Mogollon RimBill Zimmermann
    June 10Mineral Belt FlagstaffJim Buyens
    June 17Schultz Creek Loop FlagstaffGabe McConnell
    June 24O'Leary Peak FlagstaffJim Buyens
    July 1Bell Trail & V-Bar-V Sedona areaMichael Humphrey
    July 8Sandy's Canyon FlagstaffJim Buyens
    July 15AZT 31 32 FlagstaffDave French
  4. Upcoming Hikes
    July 22 Woodchute Mountain JeromeJim Buyens
    July 29<<open>>   
    Aug. 5Rim Vista Loop Mogollon RimTed Tenny
    Aug. 12Mt. Humphreys FlagstaffMichael Humphrey
    Aug. 19Sycamore Rim WilliamsJim Buyens
    Aug. 19-26Eclipse 2017 WyomingMichael Humphrey
    Aug. 26AZT passage 34 FlagstaffDave French
    Sept. 2<<open>>   
    Sept. 9<<open>>   
    Sept. 14-20Zion National Park UtahChuck Parsons
    Sept. 16<<open>>   
  5. Guest Speaker: Leonard J Marcisz
    subject: A Dozen Ways to Die in the Desert
        Leonard talked about some risks of being in the desert, including bark scorpions, mountain lions, Gila monsters, rattlesnakes, heat, bees, flash floods, lynching, firearms accidents, and saguaros with arms. As a hiker you are solely responsible for understanding the risks and taking adequate safety precautions.
  6. Next Meeting
    Tuesday, September 19, 2017, 7:00 PM.


Executive Committee, June 27, 2017

attendees: Michael Humphrey, Bill Zimmermann, Jim Buyens, Monika Hahues, Ted Tenny, Mohammed Almarimi
  1. guest speakers for September 19 and November 21
    Darrell and Ann Evans will be our guest speakers for September 19. Two possibilities were considered for November 21.
    AI [Jim] → Contact the first candidate for our November 21 speaker.
  2. officer candidates for 2018: President, Vice President
    Several names were suggested. For Treasurer, Monika will run again. For Secretary, Ted will run again.
    AI [Michael] → contact the first candidate for President.
  3. late membership renewals
    Late renewals will be non-members until they pay dues again. They will remain on the mailing list if they reply to Ted’s annual email.
    AI [Ted] → Send the annual email to non-members on our mailing list.
  4. awards, 2018
    Should be in the east or south valley, a place that has electrical outlets.
    AI [Bill] → Find a suitable location.


May 2017

Arizona Trailblazers Hiking Club
Meeting Minutes
May 16, 2017, 7:00 PM
Old Chicago, 1656 S. Alma School, Mesa
  1. Welcome, Introductions
  2. Reports
    President [Michael Humphrey]
    The club has done a record number of hikes, plus camp-outs and a raft trip through May of 2017.
    Treasurer [Michael Humphrey, for Monika Hahues]
    As of May 16, the club has 150 paid members and a bank balance of $5345.15. Our biggest bill, insurance, is coming.
    Webmaster [Ted Tenny]
    Hike leaders should always include driving directions in a hike description. But you may want them commented out until after the hike, so that people won’t be driving directly to the trailhead to join you. Limited parking at the trailhead can make this necessary. Then the driving directions can be un-commented after the hike.
    Statistician [Jim Buyens]
    The club has done 41 hikes totaling 4335 miles, compared to 3400 at this time last year. Six hikes have not yet been reported to the Statistician. The leading hikers so far are Tom S., Debbie R., Michael H., and Mark J. We car-pooled over 10,000 miles in the first five months.
  3. Previous Hikes
    Mar. 25 Bulldog Canyon Loop GoldfieldsTed Tenny
    Mar. 25 Spur Cross Loop Cave CreekGabrielle McConnell
    Mar. 25 Superstition Ridgeline SuperstitionsMichael Humphrey
    Apr. 1Dogie Trail SedonaChuck Parsons
    Apr. 1-2Buenos/Browns Canyon TucsonDave French
    Apr. 8Wolf Creek Waterfalls PrescottDave French
    Apr. 8Oak Spring Trail PineMonika Hahues
    Apr. 15 Barnhardt Canyon MazatzalsTamar Gottfried
    Apr. 22Walkin’ Jim Trail Lake PleasantMark Jelsma
    Apr. 22Long Canyon SedonaTed Tenny
    Apr. 23Rafting Salt River CanyonTamar Gottfried
    Apr. 27Mt. Ord MazatzalsBill Zimmermann
    Apr. 29Goldwater Lake Trail PrescottJim Buyens
    May 6Highline-Drew PaysonMichael Humphrey
    May 13Groom Creek Loop PrescottJim Buyens
  4. Upcoming Hikes
    May 20 Prescott Circle Trail PrescottDave French
    May 20Timber Camp Mountain Salt River CanyonBill Zimmermann
    May 26-29Oak Creek Camping SedonaLin Chao Yen
    May 27Walnut Meadows FlagstaffTed Tenny
    June 3-6Backpacking Aravaipa CanyonMichael Humphrey
    June 10<< open >>   
    June 17Schultz Creek Loop FlagstaffGabrielle McConnell
    June 24<< open >>   
    July 1Bell Trail, V-Bar-V Sedona areaMichael Humphrey
    July 8<< open >>   
    July 15<< open >>   
  5. Guest Speaker: Dale and Marilyn Childs
    subject: Our Trip to Cuba
        They spent seven days and nights touring rural towns on the south coast, the beach resort of Varadero on the north coast, and experiencing the sights and sounds of Havana. Along the way they met Cuban citizens and learned about their culture, their love of music and the arts, and life in Cuba after the Revolution of the early 1960s. Pictures included 1950s American cars, re-powered and re-painted, many serving as taxicabs.
  6. Next Meeting
    Tuesday, July 18, 2017, 7:00 PM


March 2017

Arizona Trailblazers Hiking Club
Meeting Minutes
March 21, 2017, 7:00 PM
Old Chicago, 1656 S. Alma School, Mesa
  1. Welcome, Introductions
  2. Reports
    President [Michael Humphrey]
    •  The club has done 22 hikes in the first quarter of 2017.
    There are 300 whistles with the club logo left.
    Treasurer [Monika Hahues]
    As of March 21 the club has 140 paid members; however, expired memberships haven’t been reviewed yet. The bank balance as of 3/21/17 is $4,781.89.
    Webmaster [Ted Tenny]
    •  When a hike is full, the announcement on the web says so and doesn’t have a white background.
    Weekly announcements are shorter. They refer to the hike description on the web.
    Statistician [Michael Humphrey, for Jim Buyens]
    So far in 2017, the five top hikers are Mark Jelsma, Michelle Jelsma, Tom Simonick, Michael Humphrey, and Quy Nguyen. However, the results from seven hikes haven’t been reported yet.
  3. Previous Hikes   
    Jan. 21 AZHC Awards Potluck North Mtn. ParkMichael Humphrey
    Jan. 22Thompson Peak McDowellsMichael Humphrey
    Jan. 28Picketpost Perimeter SuperiorEileen Root
    Jan. 28Dixie Mountain PhoenixGabrielle McConnell
    Feb. 4Browns Ranch Loop McDowellsGabrielle McConnell
    Feb. 4Sunrise-Western Loop ScottsdaleQuy Nguyen
    Feb. 4Alta-Bajada Loop South MountainDave French
    Feb. 11Dome Mountain GoldfieldsChip Wells
    Feb. 11Wasson Peak TucsonTamar Gottfried
    Feb. 25GMHSM State Park YarnellChuck Parsons
    Feb. 26Big Jim Trail Hells CanyonMichelle Jelsma
    Mar. 3-7 Joshua Tree Car Camping CaliforniaJohn Richa
    Mar. 4 San Tan Mountain Queen CreekDave French
    Mar. 9 Flatiron SuperstitionsMichael Humphrey
    Mar. 11 Hog Wild! SedonaMark Purcell
    Mar. 11 Swing-Set Mine MazatzalsBill Zimmermann
    Mar. 11 Ocotillo Trail PhoenixGabrielle McConnell
    Mar. 18 Upper Ruins Tonto Nat. Mon.Quy Nguyen
  4. Upcoming Hikes
    Mar. 25 Bulldog Canyon Loop GoldfieldsTed Tenny
    Mar. 25 Spur Cross Loop Cave CreekGabrielle McConnell
    Mar. 25 Superstition Ridgeline SuperstitionsMichael Humphrey
    Apr. 1Dogie Trail SedonaChuck Parsons
    Apr. 1-2Buenos/Browns Canyon TucsonDave French
    Apr. 8Wolf Creek Waterfalls PrescottDave French
    Apr. 15 <<open>>   
    Apr. 22Walkin’ Jim Trail Lake PleasantMark Jelsma
    Apr. 23Rafting Salt River CanyonTamar Gottfried
    Apr. 29<<open>>   
    May 6Highline-Drew PaysonMichael Humphrey
    May 13<<open>>   
  5. Whistles
    They were handed out to everyone there who didn’t have one.
  6. Guest Speaker
    Ted Tenny
    subject: The Terminator
        Hiking on the edge of night can be exhilarating, or scary. Ted presented pictures from various aspects of sunrise and sunset hiking. You can take great pictures at dawn, but don’t get caught after dark without a flashlight!
        Why not make the most of that late afternoon sun by going on a sunset photo shoot? Unforgettable colors await you almost every day.
  7. Next Meeting
    Tuesday, May 16, 2017, 7:00 PM at Old Chicago.


Executive Committee, March 14, 2017

attendees:
Michael Humphrey, Monika Hahues, Ted Tenny
  1. Guest Speakers for 2017
    We need speakers for May 16, July 18, September 19, November 21.
    AI [Michael] → Follow up with the ASU Geology Department.
    AI [Ted] → Follow up with the club member he invited.
    AI [Jim] → Follow up with the Tonto National Forest.
    •  If all else fails, Michael will be on standby.
  2. Keeping track of club packs + Where to send stuff after leading a hike
    Ted presented a version of the signup sheet with blanks at the top for filling in all the information needed for hike statistics, and who ended up with the club pack. The completed sheet could then be sent to the Statistician.
    AI [Ted] → Set up an Excel version of the signup sheet, so that hikers’ names and phone numbers could be easily copied from another Excel document.
  3. Developing and training hike leaders
    We have one new leader in 2017, soon to be two and possibly more.
    Training will be one-on-one.
  4. Whistles
    They are ready to hand out.
  5. Preference for paid members on camping trips
    The leader can choose to give preference to paid members. Only the Treasurer has an up-to-date list of paid members.


January 2017

Arizona Trailblazers Hiking Club
Meeting Minutes
January 17, 2017, 7:00 PM
Old Chicago, 1656 S. Alma School, Mesa
  1. Reports
    President [Michael Humphrey]
    The club had a good year in 2016. For now, don’t miss the Arizona Trailblazers Awards and Hike at North Mountain Park this Saturday, January 21.
    Treasurer [Monika Hahues]
    As of January 17, the club has 136 paid members and a bank balance of $5401.18.
    Webmaster [Ted Tenny]
    My thanks to everyone who has written a Trip Report! They arrive in spurts. Sometimes there’s a draught of several weeks, then I’ll get four reports in three days.
    Statistician [Jim Buyens]
    Final statistics for 2016 will be presented at the Arizona Trailblazers Awards this Saturday, January 21.
  2. Previous Hikes   
    Nov. 19 Crucifix Canyon SuperstitionsMichael Humphrey
    Nov. 25 First water - Canyon Lake SuperstitionsTamar Gottfried
    Nov. 27 Chalk Canyon Spur Cross RanchJim Buyens
    Dec. 3 Bluff Spring Loop SuperstitionsDave French
    Dec. 10 Ballantine Trail MazatzalsMonika Hahues
    Dec. 17 Blue Ridge-Orohai Loop GoldfieldsLance Ware
    Dec. 17 Cottonwood / Cane MazatzalsBill Zimmermann
    Dec. 31 Skyline Regional Park BuckeyeQuy Nguyen
    Jan. 7 Quartz Peak Sierra EstrellaQuy Nguyen
    Jan. 7 Holbert-Lomitas Loop South MountainEileen Root
    Jan. 14 Hidden Valley South Mountain Dave French
    Jan. 16 Bell Pass ScottsdaleMonika Hahues
  3. Upcoming Hikes   
    Jan. 21 AZHC Awards Potluck North Mtn. ParkMichael Humphrey
    Jan. 28Picketpost Perimeter SuperiorEileen Root
    Feb. 4Pipeline Canyon Lake PleasantGabrielle McConnell
    Feb. 4Sunrise-Western Loop ScottsdaleQuy Nguyen
    Feb. 4Alta-Bajada Loop South MountainDave French
    Feb. 11Dome Mountain GoldfieldsChip Wells
    Feb. 11Wasson Peak TucsonTamar Gottfried
    Feb. 18Wishbone Junction Loop GoldfieldsTed Tenny
    Feb. 25GMHSM State Park YarnellChuck Parsons
    Mar. 3-7 Joshua Tree Car Camping CaliforniaJohn Richa
    Mar. 11 Hog Wild! SedonaMark Purcell
    Mar. 18 Superstition Ridgeline SuperstitionsMichael Humphrey
    Mar. 18 Upper Ruins Tonto Nat. Mon.Quy Nguyen
  4. Guest Speaker: Robyn Moul
    subject: Wildlife Conservation
        It all began with Don Coyote, a rescue animal who eventually came under the care of Linda Searles. Linda went on to found the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center. Rescue, Rehabilitate and Release is their goal. Some 70% of the wild animals rescued can be ultimately released. Others can’t, because they are blind, orphaned, or maimed. The Center receives no federal or state funding: they depend entirely on donations.
  5. Next Meeting
    Tuesday, March 21, 2017, 7:00 PM, Old Chicago.


Executive Committee, January 10, 2017

attendees: Michael Humphrey, Bill Zimmermann, Monika Hahues, Jim Buyens, Ted Tenny
  1. Including appointed officers on the Executive Committee
    Jim Buyens, Statistician, was chosen.
  2. Awards Potluck & Hike, January 21
    Award categories include miles hiked with the club, hikes led, trips driven, and a lifetime achievement award.
    AI [Monika] → Buy gift cards to be handed out.
  3. Speakers for March 21, May 16, July 18, September 19, November 21
    We have a speaker for January, and possibly March.
    AI [Monika] → Provide a name, subject, and description for the talk on March 21.
  4. Donation to the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center?
    All of our guest speakers are volunteers. But it would be all right for the club to make a donation to a non-profit organization consistent with our purpose.
  5. Whistles (or something) with the club logo.
    Monika passed around samples of promotional whistles.
    AI [Ted] → Send Monika the information to be printed on them.
    AI [Monika] → Order 500 of the chosen whistles.
  6. Hike Leader Training and New Leaders
    Hike Leader Training will be in 2018. Jim read a list of potential leaders
    AI [all] → Encourage the potential leaders to become hike leaders.
  7. Limiting the Numbers on Day Hikes
    Bill often does this. Ted never bothers, because his hikes don’t attract a crowd.
    AI [Ted] → Make suitable changes to the guidelines, based on the inputs from Michael, Jim, and Ted.

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